Torch editor nails what ails LCC. From the Register-Guard:

“The college’s most pressing problem now is distrust and fear of the administration…. Whatever the causes that contributed to so much upset and position-holding, one thing’s for sure: Something at Lane needs to change.”  —Read more of Penny Scott’s op-ed in the May 29 Register-Guard.

And be sure to mark your calendar for this important open forum hosted by Faculty Council:

To All Members of the Lane Community:

What do you think of the recent program cuts approved by the LCC Board of Education? How should we respond? What comments or suggestions do you have to share?

Faculty Council, which provides a critical nexus of communication between faculty, staff, and administration, is hosting an open forum, “How shall we respond to the recent program cuts, and what course should we recommend moving forward?”

When: Tuesday, June 2, 3:00-4:30 p.m.
Where: Center for Meeting and Learning (CML), Room 104.

All members of the Lane community are invited to attend and be heard. Light refreshments will be served.

Sincerely,
Faculty Council

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